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Carry On Behind

Carry On Behind -1975
Carry On Behind – with the ’76 touch – the Carry On team … looking a site for sore thighs

Gerald Thomas

Dave Freeman

Peter Rogers

Elke Sommer – Professor Anna Vooshka
Kenneth Williams – Professor Roland Crump
Bernard Bresslaw – Arthur Upmore
Kenneth Connor – Major Leep
Jack Douglas – Ernie Bragg
Joan Sims – Daphne Barnes
Windsor Davies – Fred Ramsden
Peter Butterworth – Henry Barnes
Liz Fraser – Sylvia Ramsden
Patsy Rowlands – Linda Upmore

Review by Theo Robertson

Carry On Behind (1975)
Not The Best But Certainly Not The Worst In The Series
CARRY ON BEHIND is a frustrating mix of both good and bad for those who have enjoyed at least some of the movies in the series . The movie starts with Professor Crump giving a lecture without realising someone has sent him the wrong film . On paper an academic narrating pornography would seem rather flat but here it raises a smile . Unfortunately after that the plot revolves around an inferior remake of CARRY ON CAMPING with most of the mediocre attempts at humour coming from a foreigner who has a poor grasp of the English language . There is avery funny scene involving a beach ball:

” What’s wrong with you? ”
” Me ball’s burning ”
” Well don’t stand so close to the fire ”

But there’s not too many more laugh out loud moments . Having said that CARRY ON BEHIND is far better than the movies that followed it in the franchise

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